The study aimed to determine how feeding dried ground cashew apple pulp (DGCAP) and fermented cashew apple juice (FCAJ) affectthe stress level, productivity, organoleptic property and profitability of broiler chickens. A total of 240 day old chicks were used and data were analyzed following 2x4 factorial CRD and significant differences between treatments were analyzed using Scheffe’s Test and Friedman’s Test. Broilers fed with 50 grams DGCAP significantly reduced the blood cortisol, lipid profile, enhanced the organoleptic property of cooked broiler meat in terms of texture, flavor, tenderness and general acceptability, improved the ADG, weight gain and FCR, and increase net income, income per bird and ROI. Fermented cashew apple showed significant effects on the blood cortisol, blood lipid profile, enhanced all the organoleptic property of cooked meat, increase dressing percentage and reduced abdominal fat pad. Moreover, FCA improved the growth rate and feed efficiency, net income, income per bird and ROI. Providing DGCAP and FCAJ significantly improved the blood cortisol and blood lipid profile, ADG, abdominal fat pad, net income, income per bird and ROI. Results suggested that feeding DGCAP and 30ml FCAJ were potential CP, energy and Vitamin supplement and potential alternative and natural feedstuff to reduce feed cost and consequently to maximize profit in broiler production.